WASHINGTON — The latest survey on Capital Bikeshare use is out, and it’s showing who rides those big red bikes and why. According to the survey, prepared by LDA Consulting and Mobility Lab, 65 percent…
WASHINGTON — Bicycling is so popular that snowy, slushy, wet pavement fails to discourage the legions of riders who commute daily to school and work. Drivers need to watch out for them, and bicyclists must…
Under a proposal from DDOT, bikes would be banned from using the traffic lanes where streetcar \”guideways\” are placed.
The number of cyclists is growing in a town known for its
traffic. And while this trend is great for the health of environment and the
health of District residents, it has caused some tension between motorists,
pedestrians and cyclists.
It\’s nearly National Bike To Work Day, and if you\’re planning on taking part, there\’s a question to consider: Where can you park once you\’ve cycled to work?
A bicyclist was injured Wednesday morning near Observatory Circle providing a grim example of the dangers riders face navigating urban streets on International Bike To School Day.
RICHMOND, Va. (AP) — State transportation officials are encouraging students in Virginia to ride their bicycles to school. Schools, public health groups, parents and communities are organizing group rides and other activities Wednesday on International…
Ask any bike commuter, and they\’ll tell you: D.C.\’s bike lanes are not always a refuge from truck and automobile traffic.
\”I\’m a bicycle commuter who is also an amputee that lost her leg while commuting,\” Patty Collins says.
Capital Bikeshare is on track to expand to Fairfax County and a
public meeting this week will give neighbors in Reston, Va. a chance to weigh in.
Maryland has one. So does the District of Columbia. And now Virginia cyclists hope to get one: A \”3-foot law.\”
For some families, the holiday weekend got off on a roll with a community bike ride.
Fairfax Advocates for Better Bicycling gathered this weekend with local leaders to push for more options for getting around by bike.
Safety devices meant to put an end to illegal U-turns on Pennsylvania Avenue have frustrated some of the very people they\’re meant to protect.
Riding a bike is pretty simple – but those hills still need to be tackled.